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Cookbook of the Month: Isa Does It

When fellow blogger Jenny Marie suggested a monthly cookbook challenge earlier this year, I was immediately into the concept. I’m not the worst offender when it comes to ignoring my cookbooks, but I could certainly use a little kick in the pants to crack them open more often. 3,254 more words

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Cookbook of the Month: Appetite for Reduction Part One

Appetite for Reduction was one of the first vegan cookbooks I bought, so why on earth has it taken me this long to review?! I used it quite a lot when I first went vegan, and decided to revisit it in May and see what I could get out of it. 840 more words

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A brush with vegan greatness

Last night, Arthur and I celebrated Valentine’s Day a day early—because even vegetarian restaurants are booked hella far ahead for V-Day in Brooklyn!

We settled on  290 more words

Arts And Culture

Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup

….think of it as maple syrup with a little something-something to brighten your day.

Trader Joe’s is one of my favorite places to shop because they have the best avocados and organic extra firm tofu that is never mushy even before the water is squeezed out.

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Cookbook of the Year: The Superfun Times Vegan Holiday Cookbook (Part Two)

Back in November I showcased what I’d made from the first half of Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s latest tome, The Superfun Times Vegan Holiday Cookbook.  And here’s what I made from the second half! 3,136 more words

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My Favorite Holiday Cookbook

On the tenth day of Blogmas…

One of the most important parts of the holiday season for many people is the food. We love to gather around the table and have a big feast with our family and friends. 411 more words

Life + Love

Cookbook of the Year: The Superfun Times Vegan Holiday Cookbook (Part One)

Like any vegan cookbook enthusiast, I have a lot of love for Isa Chandra Moskowitz.  Her recipes are always flavoursome and well-seasoned, and even the more ambitious ones seem somehow achievable thanks to Isa’s no-nonsense approach.  4,304 more words

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